New York City vs. London

For the past year I've lived in London, and whenever I tell people I'm from New York, they always ask me to compare the Big Apple with London. So, since I'm returning to New York today, I think it's about time I answer that question in full. Despite there being an entire ocean between the... Continue Reading →

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Sunny Days in Santorini

After my trip to Athens, I took a long, albeit comfortable ferry to Santorini. Santorini is an island with several small towns. They all have something to offer, and they're all quite charming. However, what you should know is to get from one town to the next, you either need to rent a vehicle or... Continue Reading →

An Adventure in Athens

Athens is a city of history like no other. Its ruins have stood in place for thousands of years, and its traditions are many. Yet, modern buildings and contemporary culture are growing to blend the new with the old. All of it makes for an exciting travel experience and a beautiful city to explore. When... Continue Reading →

Vacation in Madrid: Day 2

See Madrid Day 1 here! On my second day in Madrid, I decided to be a bit more artsy. Madrid is home to several amazing art museums. Not least among them are the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Prado National Museum. Simply put, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has everything. You can find art from the 13th century... Continue Reading →

Vacation in Madrid: Day 1

Having finished my classes for the year, I decided to treat myself to a vacation. And what better place to vacation in than Spain? Good food, rich history, and stunning architecture. First I went to the country's capital, Madrid. Although a modern city, Madrid has taken active steps to preserve its history and culture. All... Continue Reading →

The Global Treasure Hunt

The Global Treasure Hunt has begun! For fans of treasure hunts like The Secret: A Treasure Hunt, or even the treasure hunt I did not too long ago, here's an even better one for you. I've buried 5 metal tins across Europe, each about 6 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 2 inches deep. Below... Continue Reading →

Into the Depths of Paris

On my second day in Paris (see my first day here), I started my morning with a dive into the murky depths of Paris: the Catacombs. Beneath the streets of Paris lies a passage of tunnels lined with bones beyond counting. The Catacombs hold so many skeletons that they even made designs out of them.... Continue Reading →

The Beauty of Paris

  Of all the beautiful, European locales, only Paris is considered the most romantic city of all. But for all you lonely travelers out there, don't let that stop you. Give into your wanderlust and take a trip to Paris like I did.   Having arrived in Paris early on Friday morning, I dropped my... Continue Reading →

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